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Weeds: The Survivors

Almost any plant can be considered a “weed,” even those we cultivate as crops or ornamentals, if they are able to survive and successfully reproduce or spread in the new environment. Volunteer corn growing in soybean fields, aggressive groundcovers and tree seedlings that sprout in the garden are considered weeds because, by definition, a weed is simply a “plant out of place” or an invader. Read more about Weeds: The Survivors

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Corn Gluten Meal - A Natural Weed and Feed for Lawns and Gardens

Many homeowners strive to have a healthy, weed-free lawn yet at the same time are concerned about the effects of herbicides and synthetic fertilizers on the environment. If you fit that description, there is an effective, all-natural product that will ease your conscience and reduce weed growth in your lawn and garden - corn gluten meal Read more about Corn Gluten Meal - A Natural Weed and Feed for Lawns and Gardens

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